Hazardous Materials Study Helper Code III

Hazardous Materials Study Helper Code III 3.0

The amount of material stuffed into the 3rd edition is spellbinding
 
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Anyone who is familiar with IFSTA's Hazardous Materials for First Responders 2nd Edition will attest that the 3rd addition is a whole different animal from its predecessor. The book jumped from a little over 200 pages to well over 600 pages. The amount of material stuffed into the 3rd edition is spellbinding. Knightlite writer Tad Redway has spent months creating 1525 questions, 81 illustrations, and listing 833 definitions to make this version of Hazardous Materials For First Responder Study Helper the most comprehensive software program ever released by Knightlite

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